Harvey Weinstein and NBC

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But...but...the liberal media is honest, full of integrity, and has the public's best interest in mind. We should all trust them.

https://www.insider.com/harvey-weinstei ... ts-2019-11


NBC News President Noah Oppenheim​​​​​​​
 McGowan would go on to be one of the report's key sources, telling Farrow and his team that Weinstein had sexually assaulted her at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, but as Farrow's reporting charged on, he wrote in the book that Oppenheim became one of his most direct opponents in releasing the report."Harvey Weinstein grabbing a lady's breasts a couple of years ago, that's not national news," Oppenheim said, according to the book, before telling Farrow it would be a better fit for The Hollywood Reporter, or the "Today" show. It was one of several hard stops Farrow wrote that Oppenheim ordered.

NBC News and MSNBC Chairman Andy Lack
Farrow reported that NBC News and MSNBC Chairman Andy Lack, an NBC veteran, was one of Weinstein's key points of contact that he pressured to get the story on his misconduct killed.Lack is described as one of Weinstein's surest allies among NBC executives, as Farrow cited a phone call between Lack and Weinstein's lead attorney David Boies, during which Lack told Boies that there wouldn't be a story."We've told Harvey we're not doing a story," Lack reportedly said. "If we decide to do a story, we'll tell him."

MSNBC President Phil Griffin
Griffin, along with Lack and Oppenheim, were part of the "the triumvirate," a term Farrow wrote that Weinstein's assistants coined to refer to the executives that fielded his calls as Farrow's reporting continued throughout 2017.
 
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Vegas » 21 Nov 2020, 1:19 pm » wrote: But...but...the liberal media is honest, full of integrity, and has the public's best interest in mind. We should all trust them.


 
Exactly who told you to trust any Media?  Why would something designed to make money have the public's best interest in mind?

Last I checked the media, all media, was a business...

 

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Vegas » 21 Nov 2020, 1:19 pm » wrote: But...but...the liberal media is honest, full of integrity, and has the public's best interest in mind. We should all trust them.

https://www.insider.com/harvey-weinstei ... ts-2019-11

NBC News President Noah Oppenheim
 McGowan would go on to be one of the report's key sources, telling Farrow and his team that Weinstein had sexually assaulted her at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, but as Farrow's reporting charged on, he wrote in the book that Oppenheim became one of his most direct opponents in releasing the report."Harvey Weinstein grabbing a lady's breasts a couple of years ago, that's not national news," Oppenheim said, according to the book, before telling Farrow it would be a better fit for The Hollywood Reporter, or the "Today" show. It was one of several hard stops Farrow wrote that Oppenheim ordered.

NBC News and MSNBC Chairman Andy Lack
Farrow reported that NBC News and MSNBC Chairman Andy Lack, an NBC veteran, was one of Weinstein's key points of contact that he pressured to get the story on his misconduct killed.Lack is described as one of Weinstein's surest allies among NBC executives, as Farrow cited a phone call between Lack and Weinstein's lead attorney David Boies, during which Lack told Boies that there wouldn't be a story."We've told Harvey we're not doing a story," Lack reportedly said. "If we decide to do a story, we'll tell him."

MSNBC President Phil Griffin
Griffin, along with Lack and Oppenheim, were part of the "the triumvirate," a term Farrow wrote that Weinstein's assistants coined to refer to the executives that fielded his calls as Farrow's reporting continued throughout 2017.
​​​​​​It seems to be what happens when men are placed in positions of power.

Fox News, NBC, Donald Trump, the military; it just proves that men are pretty much dogs.
 

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OdeToJoy » 22 Nov 2020, 12:50 am » wrote: ​​​​​​It seems to be what happens when men are placed in positions of power.

Fox News, NBC, Donald Trump, the military; it just proves that men are pretty much dogs.
Not all men. There are some moral powerful men out there...granted, I cannot think of any examples, but I am sure they are out there somewhere. Lol.
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